Maggie’s Miracle by Karen Kingsbury
Red Gloves Collection
Faithwords (November 2, 2008)
Literature & Fiction/Religious & Inspirational Fiction/Holidays-Christmas/Christian Romance
Premiering as a Hallmark Movie Christmas 2017!
December 10, 2017
Megan Wright spent one unforgettable summer week with a boy when they were both teens. And despite a lifetime of heartache and bad choices, she has never let go of his magical definition of love, even if she has trouble believing in it. After college Megan settled for a relationship of convenience. Now she’s a high powered attorney and, after the death of her husband two years ago, has been looking for help with her lonely young son. Across town, Casey Cummins is still dealing with the tragic loss of his wife. His search for meaning and hope leads him to contact the Manhattan Children’s Organization, who connects him with a fatherless child. Life suddenly takes a series of unusual twists, and soon Megan will learn that the teenage boy from all those years ago actually kept his promise, and the miracle she prayed for as a girl is only a breath away.
“Christmas miracles happened to those who believed.”
If you are looking for a quick heartwarming story then this book is for you! Karen Kingsbury books feed your mind and spirit. She does a very good job of weaving important subjects into great stories. A very talented and inspirational writer. Maggie’s Miracle is a reminder that priorities need to be adjusted and time taken to be a family. It’s about grief and how God is always there. I really enjoyed Maggie’s Miracle and look forward to reading all the Red Glove Novels!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Karen Kingsbury, #1 New York Times bestselling novelist, is America’s favorite inspirational storyteller, with more than twenty-five million copies of her award-winning books in print. Her last dozen titles have topped bestseller lists and many of her novels are under development with Hallmark Films and as major motion pictures. Her Baxter Family books are being developed into a TV series slated for major network viewing sometime in the next year. Karen is also an adjunct professor of writing at Liberty University. In 2001 she and her husband, Don, adopted three boys from Haiti, doubling their family in a matter of months. Today the couple has joined the ranks of empty-nesters, living in Tennessee near five of their adult children